Vanessa Carlton To Get Personal & Gothic On New Album

posted a new message to fans on her official forum on Sunday, filling them in on progress to the follow-up to her ‘Be Not Nobody’ debut. “Guys, I feel so alive right now,” Carlton writes. “It’s Sunday night. The pesky smell in the kitchen has been solved. It was of course…..a dead mouse. Thankfully, there is a man in my life to pick it up and gag for me. More importantly, this album is hugely personal and (not surprisingly) Gothic. I am completely immersed. A friend of mine is doing a film/documentary about the making of this album. There is a segment in the film where fans will be invited over to the studio to be interviewed and view a little show from yours truly. More info to follow in the news section. You guys are gonna love this stuff (if I may be so bold).” The singer added, “I have a song called ‘Morning Sting’ not ‘Morning Stain’. That’s icky. Sorry, I had to clear that one up.”

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2 thoughts on “Vanessa Carlton To Get Personal & Gothic On New Album

  1. WaneJessicaSoSoDef says:

    Does this girl even believe she’s famous? I mean she gets recognized as Michelle Branch which alone is pretty pathetic, not to mention she’s following the ‘goth’ craze which is pathetic and unoriginal of her…”Be Not Nobody” was a horrible album, I don’t see how anyone would be dumb enough to buy her next one filled with drunken sounding slurs.

  2. jazzprofounder says:

    I believe Vanessa Carlton is an interesting and somewhat innovating artists that has the class and mystic of a pure and inspiring artist. However, I don’t see why she has to heighten the horizons of her persona by having an actual film/documentary about her SECOND album. C’mon now, she should just focus completely on just composing herself with the music and let the public decide the outcome of her persona. Through time and more growth with each album, then she should truly look beyond the anatomy of her music, instead of quickly making herself into a level that probably not too many people will take so seriously. But all in all, she’s a great artists, I wish her the best of luck and achievements.

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